Pony News, Views and Attitudes -- Vol.2 No.9 -- September 8-14, 2008 PAGE 1

Preparing for Ponies!

This week Wiggins is full of new virtual ponies. Every day more arrive. Dozens of ponies are coming to Wiggins so that there will be enough to go around for the new Club Pony Pals game launch.

Bob Crandal said Crandal's barn only has one stall available. Reggie Olson says Olson's Sale Barn is still getting lots of new ponies daily. "Our barn is full, but there is still room in our paddocks," Olson said.

Veterinarian Bob Crandal is working overtime. He's making sure all the arriving ponies will be ready for new visitors.

"We are glad Wiggins is the new home for so many fine animals," says Dr. Crandal. "There are palominos, bays, appaloosas, white ponies, and black ponies. Plus even more colors -- chestnut ponies and paints. They all need care. We're keeping them healthy until our new visitors arrive to choose them."

Pony Pals Lulu Sanders, Pam Crandal and Anna Harley are thrilled.

"We have been getting lots of letters from other kids around the world. Writers want to see what Wiggins looks like, and meet us," said Lulu Sanders.

"Visitors will be able to ride on the back of their very own pony and see where we do what has been described in the Pony Pals books ," laughed Anna Harley.

"I think all of our new friends might want to spend a little time here first at my parents' barn so they can practice virtual riding," Pam Crandal said.

"It's going to be really fun when lots of new visitors start exploring all our favorite places in Wiggins," continued Lulu Sanders.

To learn more about this riding experience, send an email to WebMaster@ClubPonyPals.com.




Dear Pony Pals

At the end of this week we moved. What you're looking at may not seem much different, but where ClubPonyPals.com lives is now on a bigger computer than before.

New art for our game is coming in all the time and it is beautiful. Scout is very helpful in inspecting the drawings. He is getting bigger every day.

Scout seemed unimpressed with this drawing. I thought it was great!

Now that Club Pony Pals is living in a new computer, our game testers will soon start to have a chance to try things out. If you haven't signed up to be a tester yet just send in an email saying "I want to be a tester" and our Webmaster can add you to the list.

Please tell your friends and reading teachers about Club Pony Pals. Help us make a free pony available for everyone who wants one. We can only do that if we get lots of new members!

Letters for Jeanne Betancourt

Dear Jeanne,
I was wondering if I could be a part of club pony pals. Yours truly,
Ellie E.

Dear Ellie,

Thank you for writing in and joining the Club. The game will be amazing and we are glad to have you as a member.


The WebMaster for:



We want your drawings or letters!
Send them in to the Wiggins Weekly.

email WebMaster@clubponypals.com

or mail them to

Club Pony Pals
16654 Soledad Canyon Rd. #382
Canyon Country, CA 91387

Page 2 Weekly Survey & Pam Letters

Page 3 Anna Letters

Page 4 Lulu Letters

Page 5 Reader Letters, Picture It and Thought For the Day

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